Station projects ‘on track’

THE state government has hit back at claims made by the opposition that level crossing removal projects at Cheltenham and Mentone station are “go slow projects”.  Liberal South Eastern Metropoli...

Council’s consultation below average

KINGSTON Council’s overall performance is above average, but their engagement with the community needs work according to the results of the Community Satisfaction Survey coordinated by the Department...

Hillmen held goalless by Bulls

DIVISION TWO THE top of the table clash between Red Hill and Karingal has ended triumphantly for the Bulls, as the Hillmen were held goalless in miserable conditions. Red Hill Recreation Reserve was ...

Pythons a game clear on top

DIVISION ONE DROMANA have picked up an impressive win over Sorrento in front of their home crowd on Saturday. Dromana have looked right at home in division one this season, but faced a tough test in ...

Group to help relieve parking woes

A WORKING group will be formed to provide advice on the implementation of Frankston Council’s car parking precinct action plan. Councillors voted this month to form the group, which will consist of r...

Stonecats bounce back on the road

DIVISION ONE FRANKSTON YCW bounced back from a tough loss last week by taking to the road to defeat Dromana. The Tigers have made their home ground a fortress in recent times, and have been a tough s...

Bulls lose first match for the season

DIVISION TWO KARINGAL have had their undefeated streak snapped by Seaford. The Bulls have rampaged through their competition this season, going 12 games without a defeat. Seaford hosted Karingal on S...

Playground wins award

THE redesigned George Pentland Botanic Gardens playground has been recognised with a landscape architecture award at the 2019 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Awards Victoria. The playgro...

Cash to catch monkey bike riders

CCTV TECHNOLOGY will be trialled at the Seaford Wetlands in an effort to kerb illegal monkey bike usage. Frankston councillors voted unanimously at their 1 July meeting to allocate $8000 in their bud...